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"Off the Air" Body (2012)

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Rating: TV-14 for intense violence

A CGI model of a nude man is depicted. His buttocks are visible in a few shots.

A cartoon shows a hot dog beat up a man in an overly gory fashion, until the man is covered in blood, with his face ripped off and his eyeballs hanging out. The man is then dismembered and it is implied the hot dog ate him.

A brief depiction of cigarette smoking.

Most of the episode contains unsettling or disturbing imagery.

"CORDS": A POV shot of tiny cameras being inserted far into four noses, until you can see their vocal cords.

"Going to the Store": a CGI human model moves through town with his limbs flailing wildly like a ragdoll. This scene can be extremely unsettling.

"Hot Dog hustle": see "Violence and Gore"

"SyncBody": rapidly flashing lights and fast movements.


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